oc), masseter, sternocleidomastoid (SCM), biceps brachii, abductor pollicis brevis (APB), and tibialis anterior muscles after supraorbital electrical stimuli, auditory stimuli (auditory startle reflex
, ASR), and electrical stimuli of the median nerve at the wrist (startle reflex
to somatosensory inputs, SSS).
This reaction consisted of the coordinated movement of several muscle groups, the eyeblink response being the most reliable, fastest, and most resistant to the habituation component of the startle reflex
(Landis & Hunt, 1939).
A study at Tubingen University in Germany showed vanilla aromas helped reduce the startle reflex
One idea is that like your startle reflex
, laughter-associated tickling requires that you not know it's coming.
Modulation of Startle Reflex
in Colombian Population: Evidence of the Interaction between Emotion and Motivation
Recent human volunteers studies involving seated transient perturbations have suggested that the startle reflex
forms part of the neuromuscular response to a rear-end collision.
At birth an infant has very few resources to understand any sensory information and the Moro startle reflex
allows the infant to instantly respond to threat.
In a number of studies, magnitude of the startle reflex
is reliably augmented during perception of unpleasant, compared to pleasant stimuli, either when people view pictures or films, listen to sounds, or smell odors (for a review, see Bradley, Cuthbert, & Lang, 1999).
Or the startle reflex
where sudden sounds cause me to suddenly turn to the left or right.
15) observed a reduced acoustic startle reflex
in patients suffering from OT.
A startle reflex
that is elicited by an unpredicted noise is referred to as an acoustic or audiogenic startle reflex
, (Wilkens, Hallett, & Wess, 1986; Brown, Rothwell, Thompson, Britton, Day, & Marsden, 1991; Gluck, Mercado, & Myers, 2008).
You can be startled, and your startle reflex
can cause you to clutch the trigger during the moment there is a chambered round, but before you get the safety on.